composer

Georg Philipp Telemann

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 – 1767) The era of the German late baroque brought forth Bach and Handel, two of the greatest musical geniuses. But Georg Philipp Telemann, born in 1681, was considered equal, if not superior, to them at the time.  Telemann was the most fruitful composer of...

Giuseppe Domenico Scarlatti

Giuseppe Domenico Scarlatti (also: Domingo Escarlate (Portuguese) or Domingo Escarlatti (Spanish); * 26 October 1685 in Naples; † 23 July 1757 in Madrid) was an Italian composer and harpsichordist. His main importance lies in the sonatas for harpsichord, which are among the most original of their genre in the...

Léo Delibes

Léo Delibes or Clément Philibert Léo Delibes (* February 21, 1836 near Saint-Germain-du-Val (Département Sarthe); † January 16, 1891 in Paris) was a French composer. With his memorable melody, rhythmic brilliance and sparkling colorful orchestration, he was one of the most popular stage composers of the Romantic period. He...

Maurice Duruflé

Maurice Duruflé was first a private student of Louis Vierne and Charles Tournemire, later he studied at the Paris Conservatory with Jean Gallon, composition with Paul Dukas, and Eugène Gigout. From 1929 he was organist at the Parisian Church of St. Étienne-du-Mont and toured Europe and North America as...
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